The Poetic History of Paterson, New Jersey Inspired an Adam Driver Movie Emily Mack

Paterson, New Jersey is just half-hour from New York City in Passaic County. And while it might not seem so exciting compared to the Big Apple, the city of Paterson boasts a fascinating history, grounded in both the American Revolution and the Industrial Revolution. Its core placement along the Great Falls of the Passaic River

Hinchliffe Stadium, NJ’s field of dreams and Negro League history, will rise again | Sayegh

Andre Sayegh | Special to the USA TODAY Network “This stadium will once again become a focal point for this great city. Hinchliffe is not just a ballfield, it is New Jersey’s Field of Dreams.” — Gov. Phil Murphy The pandemic has exposed many deficiencies in our society. The digital divide, lack of access to

Murphy boosts Paterson tax credit plan by $20M to complete various projects

Joe Malinconico Paterson Press PATERSON — Gov. Phil Murphy on Monday added $20 million to an existing $130 million state tax credit package that city officials are using for such projects as a new visitor center at the Great Falls and the reconstruction of historic Hinchliffe Stadium. Murphy said increasing the allocation of tax credits

New Fence Coming to ATP Site, First Phase of Significant Rehabilitation Effort to Reclaim Historic Land for Public Use

By TAPINTO PATERSON STAFF PATERSON, NJ - Long a thorn in the side of area residents due to how easily it has been accessible to vandals and others participating in unneighborly activity, the Allied Textile Printers (ATP) site will soon be fenced in, according to a statement issued by Mayor Andre Sayegh. “We are grateful

New Jersey awards $750K grant for Paterson youth arts project

Joe Malinconico Paterson Press PATERSON — The state has awarded a $750,000 historic preservation grant to a city nonprofit group planning to convert the former First Presbyterian Church of Paterson on Main Street into a youth performing arts center. The Paterson-based New Jersey Community Development Corporation previously secured $800,000 in financing through the state neighborhood

Paterson’s parks must be a priority in order to move our community forward | Sayegh

Andre Sayegh Special to the USA TODAY NETWORK Improving our parks and fields was a plank in my platform during the mayoral campaign and is an initiative that my administration is passionately pursuing. That’s why one of the hardest parts of my pandemic response was issuing an executive order shutting down all of the parks

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